The top of Muswell Hill currently resembles a building site as two big residential developments are in process. The workers are well served by The Muswell Hill Cafeteria, which is situated within less than one pedal revolution of both developments.
Ambience: archetypal small caff with rickety table akin to the losing team’s ‘prize’ in TV’s ‘The Apprentice’.
Cost: £5.50 including black americano.
Content: 1 sausage, 2 slices bacon, 2 eggs, 2 hash browns, large portion of baked beans and 2 slices of toast.
A generous serving of hot food, something which next door neighbour, JD Wetherspoon failed to deliver. Coffee was OK, tiny premises lend a certain cosiness to the experience…helpful in combating a faint draught.
At the price this gaff offers super value for money and if you are ever in need of replacing calories lost in the process of executing climbing repitions on fearsome Muswell Hill, then look no further.
Score: 8.5 watts/10 watts.